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As more and more of Estonia opens up properly to tourists, this new fifth edition is inevitably bigger and better than its predecessor. The author provides extensive coverage on new spa hotels and beaches to be explored as well as hidden manor houses and brand new concert halls to enliven stays there. Features include: *Fully updated accommodation listings *New galleries and museums to explore *A new section on Narva, for travelers en route to Russia
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Estonia, the smallest and most northerly of the Baltic states, offers remarkably diverse attractions. Explore first the medieval capital of Tallinn, with its narrow cobbled streets where bars and cafes jostle for custom. Then look further to discover newly restored manor houses, coastal spas and the wild beauty of the western islands.
Neil Taylor combines his considerable knowledge of the country with a reassuringly personal writing style to help make sense of the complexities that have shaped this country. With fully updated coverage of the sights and vital practical information, this is the essential traveling companion.
*Tallinn's historic landmarks, including walks and excursions
*Seaside spas and the islands, with suggested drives
*National parks and nature reserves
*Visits beyond the border to Pskov and Valka
*Hotels, restaurants and nightlife
Neil Taylor is a tour leader specializing in eastern Europe and the Far East. He is the author of Bradt's Tallinn and editor and coauthor of Baltic Capitals.
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Book Description Bradt Travel Guides, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111841621943